From Our Editors
At So Diego Tours, going on a food tour and meeting a ghost aren't mutually exclusive. Hence their Tequila, Tacos, and Tombstones of Old Town, on which guests eat Mexican food, learn about early Spanish missionaries, and explore the Whaley House—the most haunted house in the country according to The Travel Channel and the most crowded house in the country according to The Travel Channel for Ghosts.
That's just one of the tour company's offerings, though. They also host food tours with built-in scavenger hunts, or history-based jaunts such as the popular Brothels, Bites, and Booze. Other city-scouring excursions play it straight by focusing on specific neighborhoods while some ditch San Diego altogether to showcase the region's most interesting beer and wine—one of their wine tours even sends folks out to Temecula in a limo.